World Animal Remembrance Month on September, 2018: according to the Bible? the jewish new year is in the month of Aviv?

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according to the Bible? the jewish new year is in the month of Aviv?

This gives the framework for the answer - by describing the 4 new years that used to be celebrated (see link)

Then it describes :the months are counted beginning from the first day of the month of Nissan or Nisan, but the years are counted beginning from the first day of the month of Tishri "

I dont' remember the details, but I think it has to do with when the new years were mushed together into just 2 that the idea formed that it used to be in Nissan.

From the link:

"Rosh Hashanah history, or the origin of Rosh Hashanah, begins with the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible, where it is written that G-d says: "Speak to B'nei Yisrael ("the House of Israel" in Hebrew, referring to the Hebrew people), saying, 'In the seventh month, on the first of the month, shall be for you a (day of) rest, a remembrance of the sounding (of the shofar), a holy convocation'" (Vayikra 23:23-25 or Leviticus 23:23-25)."

Until the Babylonian Exile of the Jews.../Jews had four different New Years, the New Year For Kings, Festivals, and Months (1st day of the Hebrew/Jewish month of Nissan or Nisan; this is the date from which a king counted the years of his reign; this is also the date when the cycle of Hebrew/Jewish festivals began, and this is also the date when the months in the Hebrew/Jewish calendar began to be counted), the New Year For Tithing Animals ... the New Year For Trees

And... the New Year For Years (the date when the year number increases in the Hebrew/Jewish calendar as well as being the date for the Creation of the world and of Adam). After the Babylonian Exile, only the New Year For Trees (known in Hebrew as "Tu B'Shevat", "Tu Bi Shevat", or "Tu Be Shevat", literally meaning "15 Shevat", or the fifteenth day of the Hebrew month of Shevat, the day of the New Year For Trees) and the New Year For Years were commemorated."

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Tel Aviv is a city. Aviv is a month. Jerusalem is Israel's capital.

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Are there any Christians here who have actually "turned the other cheek"?

Are there any Christians here who have actually "turned the other cheek"?

Here is a good testimony I posted the other day...

Among Rwandans, honest storytelling has become a strong catalyst for reconciliation and remembrance. Missionary Guillebaud shared with me Deborah Niyakabirika's story, chronicled in a World Vision Australia video. Her son was murdered, in an isolated act of ethnic vengeance, three years after the genocide.

Months after the killing, a young man visited Deborah. "I killed your son," he said. "Take me to the authorities and let them deal with me as they will. I have not slept since I shot him. Every time I lie down I see you praying, and I know you are praying for me."

Deborah answered, "You are no longer an animal but a man taking responsibility for your actions. I do not want to add death to death."

Then Deborah did the extraordinary. "But I want you to restore justice by replacing the son you killed," she continued. "I am asking you to become my son. When you visit me, I will care for you."

Today, that young man is an adopted member of her household.

Now THAT is the love of Christ!

How many here can love their enemies? do good to those who hate you? bless those who curse you?

How many here can love their enemies? do good to those who hate you? bless those who curse you?

The Amish were a pretty good example of that! Also, consider this story....

Among Rwandans, honest storytelling has become a strong catalyst for reconciliation and remembrance. Missionary Guillebaud shared with me Deborah Niyakabirika's story, chronicled in a World Vision Australia video. Her son was murdered, in an isolated act of ethnic vengeance, three years after the genocide.

Months after the killing, a young man visited Deborah. "I killed your son," he said. "Take me to the authorities and let them deal with me as they will. I have not slept since I shot him. Every time I lie down I see you praying, and I know you are praying for me."

Deborah answered, "You are no longer an animal but a man taking responsibility for your actions. I do not want to add death to death."

Then Deborah did the extraordinary. "But I want you to restore justice by replacing the son you killed," she continued. "I am asking you to become my son. When you visit me, I will care for you."

Today, that young man is an adopted member of her household.

.....Now THAT is the love of Christ!!

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Holidays also on this date Saturday, September 1, 2018...